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Must See Places in Karelia
The Republic of Karelia is located in the north-west of Russia. In the west, Karelia borders on Finland, in the south - on the Leningrad and Vologda regions, in the north - on the Murmansk region, and in the east - on the Arkhangelsk region. The distinctiveness of Karelia is also determined by the cultural heritage of four indigenous peoples living in this region: the Karelians, Finns, Vepsians, and Russians who created a unique culture here.
--02-09-2018--
The Best Places to Visit in Volgograd
Volgograd enters the top ten most popular Russian cities for family recreation.
--16-06-2018--
Must See Places in Kaliningrad
Kaliningrad, the former German city of Königsberg, founded more than seven centuries ago, now combines two periods of its existence: German and Russian, both equally important, despite the gap in the length of historical spaces.
--15-06-2018--
Sochi Main Attractions
Sochi is unique for its astonishing nature and spa facilities few places on our planet can boast to have both the seaside and the mountains.
--13-06-2018--
What to See in Samara: Top Places of Interest
Any walk through Samara sooner or later leads to the embankment of the Volga River. The streets next to the embankment descend right to the river, repeating the coastal relief, so you will eventually go out to the embankment.
--13-06-2018--
Discover Saransk: Sightseeing and Souvenirs
Modern Saransk is a rare type of Russian city: it has become comfortable and charming, thanks to the efforts of its residents.
--22-02-2018--
The Tourist Menu of Smolensk Oblast
The tourist menu of Smolensk Oblast includes the following objects: Vyazma Kremlin, Smolensk fortress wall, the sadly remembered memorial complex of Katyn Forest, the beauties of the Smolenskoe Poozerie Park, the ghost town of Verzhavsk.
--17-05-2017--
Kaluga Sights
Small town of Kaluga in Moscow Region combines happily saved 18th century Classicist urban area with memory about scientists made first steps for outer space exploration. Here lived in late 19th-early 20th century a school teacher Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, original and dreamer, who was the first to speak about flights to open space using rockets.
--20-12-2011--
Veliky Novgorod: Some Facts and Places to Visit
The article describes particular qualities and some places of interest in Veliky Novgorod
--29-10-2012--





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